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became a symbolic outpost of communist eastern europe. in 1980 seven, then u.s. president ronald reagan made a direct appeal to the soviet leader. >> mr. gorbachev, open the gate. reagan's wi soon became a reality. two years later the wall fell. but the backing of the united states, the two germanys were reunited. berlin once again became the capital. though clinton was the first u.s. president who walks or brandenburg gate side-by-side with chancellor helmut kohl. he became read -- he came prepared for a message in germany. >> alles is moeglish.
. and youth vote. ronald reagan did great with the youth vote in the last two elections. does bill o'reilly have a point that is chasing after the wind to go after unreliable voters that are younger? >> bob: o'reilly is wrong. when you get beat by a group of people two to one they are substantial part of the electorate. you want to find out why. i think the republicans did their job. they came back with the fact that a bunch of white guys that don't seem to get it. >> dana: the report if you look around the conservative world, it was actually pretty well-received. it was very blunt. do you think anyone will listen to it? >> eric: we go through this and we talked about what went wrong after the election. we've had candidates lately they are not really conservative. they are republicans but they are not conservative as the base would like. the whole issue, can you win a general election being far right? the only way to want primary. everyone tries to move to the middle. what they really need is a ronald reagan. >> bob: ronald reagan did well with young people. >> eric: he was able to b
, but were then known as conservative democrats. people who later became ronald reagan democrats. russia was one of the first to note the size and importance of that voting bloc. he was one of the first and i'm sure one of the most effective advocates of bringing it into the republican party. and he advised ronald reagan to do this. he knew both reagan and the first president bush pretty well. had known reagan since the mid 60's. he advised reagan and then vice president bush years later to do this. he was successful in that, although i don't think that we can really needed to be -- i'm not sure that reagan needed to be told that that heat respected him. rusher also wanted reagan to be the head of the new conservative party. well, to make a long story short, reagan refuses, probably prudently, most liberal scientists -- and i have had training of scientists have told you it will be big on a national level that cannot start small. it's got to start big. probably with a superstar like reagan. so, once reagan refused and made 75, early in 75 to join this third party project rusher not going
might sit at the piano and play, bob hope entertained, frank sinatra. walter anonberg new ronald reagan going back to the 1930s. they had a long personal history and when ronald reagan was an actor in hollywood. so over time, that relationship which was deep and personal continued to, and when ronald reagan was governor of the state of california he came here and then of course after he had been elective president he continued to come here. he came every single year for 18 of the anonberg new year's eve parties. and so that was a moment every year where hollywood and government came together in a large social gathering. otherwise the anonbergs really entertains in small groups. the anonbergs would invite these individuals who word their friends to spend time here and they were determining who those friends might enjoy meeting and create these kinds of connections that didn't exist before. jones use these elements of midcentury modern architecture to create a space that was informal, that could flow from place to place and at the same time took a huge space, this is 6,400 square feet whi
. now, i told that story to president ronald reagan on occasion and he loved it because we said to ourselves we are going to be very careful what we say. so people would realize that when we say something, it's going to have consequences. and it does. and if it's not going to have consequences, we don't say it. so what the administration has in mind, i don't know. but they basically said it is unacceptable for iran to get nuclear weapons, that the option is not -- i think secretary carry testified it's not containment if the option is prevention. so i don't know what their strategy is for preventing. but it better have some toughness or it isn't going to succeed. >> host: secretaries shultz, what about the super powers that have nuclear weapons -- russia, the u.s., china -- should there be more talks? should there be less weapons? should they be dismantled? >> guest: one very positive thing has taken place, a lot of positive things but one more recent was about three years ago i guess president obama convened a meeting in washington, 40 heads of government came, and the object w
. even ronald reagan, the voting paths may be very different. >> host: and that is because the republican party itself is controlled. >> guest: of four republican, the current chairman realizes that a lot of the base, republican base in california has its roots in that rural areas. it moves with a social conservative. and i guess it's an anomaly, but in california, the recall is the opportunity when the entire electorate was voting. >> host: you have a chart in this book, and i want to ask you if this is still up today when it comes to congress. congress from the 1960's. you can see the blue and the red you can see overlap. you say that congress has gotten more and more polarized. is that correct? >> guest: that has not changed in the slightest. there are a couple of things going on here. one is a simple change, social and geographic change in the country. the effort -- the communities in the north and south, the sun belt, tremendous growth in the sun belt's. this up becoming more conservative and economic region we are seeing the social movements align with one party or the other. the en
speech by ronald reagan some 26 years ago, a call for one third reduction of the u.s. arsenal and the russian nuclear arsenals. they just did that a couple years ago, had some reductions in u.s. nuclear weapons as part of the new s.t.a.r.t. treaty. he wants to go further. russia has to agree to the starts, and this week we -- saul white house cautioned not to expect a sequel to the president's 2009 speech in prague when he called for a world without nuclear weapons. so as we await the president, here's the way of the schedule of events. you want to bring in peter alexandre. we're going to hear from the mayor of berlin and then from chancellor eric somal. we'll talk about the press conference that happened a couple hours ago, and then this 20 to 25-minute speech by the president. again it was the german government who wanted to downside the amount of people who could have come out here. the white house, of course, all too eager to agree to that, because they knew any open-crowd event would have inevitable comparison to the 2008 speech, and that's the last thing they wanted to d
was secretary of state for tectonic place of the world changed. when ronald reagan and i took office the cold war was as cold as it could get. when we left it was all over but the shouting so that was a huge thing to be involved in and watch unfold. >> host: mr. secretary and your book, "issues on my mind" you have got some rules for leadership and a couple of those you have already expounded on, the bryce harlow rule and the joe loftis rule. but your first rule is to be a participant. >> guest: oh yeah. well that is what democracy is all about. early on when i was working in the primaries ronald reagan gave me a tie. on the tie it says democracy is not a spectator sport. so be part of it and be part of politics but be willing to serve and be a participant. >> host: rule number five, confidence is the name of the game. >> guest: well it's a great start to be competent. if you are not confident you are going to be in big trouble. i had a tough experience with that though. i told you when i went to washington as secretary of labor i was kind of innocent of politics and i had a bunch of politica
country, we need to do it with joy. lost that as frankly example of a happy warrior. ronald reagan died a less than a decade ago and sometimes i fear with his passing we have forgotten that conversations should come with a smile. love and joy ought to be our code. our conviction and our passion should lead to compassion, not contempt or anger or fear mongering. we stand for the principles that made america great. and we should exude those principles with joy. you know, smile when you disagree with a liberal. and shake your head and as ronald reagan once said, you know, liberals know so much that isn't so. so we need to be strong, we need to be courageous, but we also need to be loving and compassionate. our conservative convictions will win this country back if our tone shows that we're comfortable with our own ideas. and together we can build that movement. we can make sure america is still the freest and the most prosperous nation on the face of the earth. but as ronald reagan said as well, it can be that shining city on a hill once again. ecleezeyasties in the fourth chapter in the 1
the president spoke earlier today at the historic brandenburg gate. the same place where ronald reagan gave his tear down this wall speech and today, the president discussed national security and called for a reduction in nuclear weapons. more on that speech just ahead. but it has been a wild day in washington. with the raucous caucus of the gop holding forth on capitol hill in a full day of carnivalesque rallies against immigration reform and enemy number one of the gop, you guessed it, the irs. supporters dofd their tricorner hats bright and early gathering en masse to basque in the wisdom and inspiration of tea party heroes. first, it was the anti-immigrant crowd, the leading lights of steve king, michele bachmann and low i gohmert. and did someone say tear down that wall? >> to build a wall isn't that hard. as i say, we just build it still they stop going around the end. >> give us your tired, your poor, because we'll give you a chance to work. but we should not be giving a chance to be a taker. >> that amnesty costs a fortune. amnesty could also cost something more than just money. it coul
the happy warrior. ronald reagan died a little less decade ago. and sometimes i fear with his that g, we've forgotten conversations should come with a smile. love and joy ought to be our code. ur conviction and passion should lead to compassion, not contempt or anger or fear mongering. stand for the principles that made america great. exude those principles with joy. you know, smile when you disagree with a liberal. know, and shake your head nd as ronald reagan once said, he said liberals know so much that isn't so. so you need to be strong. be courageous. to be loving and compassionate. our conservative convictions country back if our tone shows that we're our own ideas.h nd together we can build that movement. we can make sure that america is the freest and most prosperous nation in the face of the earth. but as ronald reagan said as be that shining light on the hill once again. the fourth es, chapter and the 12th verse, it says a person standing alone can and defeated. but two men standing back-to-back, they will conquer. so that vision of us standing back-to-back, that vision of us i
in a political marriage. she stayed that way from the first time ronald reagan ran for governor until his final reelection campaign. in the 1980 campaign, she made her influence felt everywhere. those of us who worked on the staff knew well she had a point of view about his schedule, the activities of where he went and what he said. she shaped the speeches and she had a point of view regarding the press and how they treated her and how they treated him and she had favorites and enemies. our job was to know the difference and make sure we ran a campaign that reflected the way they, as a couple, wanted it to be run. i was fairly certain this was probably not a unique phenomenon, that, if i look hard, i would find first ladies had a hand in a lot of other interesting things in our history. there are so many i cannot begin to get into, but the one area i want to focus on tonight is skeletons and scandals and how first ladies handle political crises. not all the political crises are about close but some of them are. anyone who remembers the early 1980s knows how much trouble nancy reagan got into ov
it easier for not growing as ronald reagan said he would not krow. treat them like a sovereign nation. that doesn't mean so you to accept or respect them, for that matter. you have to engage diplomatically the way diplomacy works the sovereign states. and the soviets were very concerned about that. they wanted to be treated as a sovereign state. they might -- they were the evil empire as far as we were considered. ronald reagan said so. he still treated them with great respect and dignity. the third, may be the most important thing, is linkage. we linked our logicalness to talk to iran to the behavior. their behavior is material. the behavior of the soviet union was equally bad if not worse. secretary schultz and ronald reagan decided instead of linking our logicalness to talk. we have to stand up to them when nay do something wrong and refusing to talk does not deter an enemy. standing up to an enemy does potentially. it makes talking more possible. i believe if we stop linking our willingness to talk to the conduct, stood up to them. we would be more effective at talking to them. th
, ronald reagan, was president. i was stunned and very happy to read that this morning. >> this made my week when i figured it out. but there's only one president who's reduced the size of the federal register and that was ronald reagan. he reduced it in numbers of pages by an amazing 30%. and guess what? in real terms in that presidency the economy grew by 30%. >> but the regulatory state is damaging the economy. that's the spirit of entrepreneurship. >> you know, that cost that you mentioned works out like a surcharge, an invisible surcharge on every federal tax of 65%. it's like 12% of gdp. and it hits small business hardest. you know, it's 40% more expensive per employee to comply with regulation if you're employing 20 or fewer people. >> and one of the points you make is it's harder to start a new business in the united states, much harder than it used to be and harder than it is in the united kingdom. >> the u.s. is one of the few countries in the world where ease of doing business is getting worse. it's getting harder. these are measures in terms of numbers of days it takes to do
to cultivate relationships. he says his party has changed so much ronald reagan and richard nixon would no longer be welcome to them. any of that ring true to you? >> yes. several factors. is ontobob dole something. . he was a certifiable conservative, five times a candidate for the highest office. and i do think that what we saw in new jersey was an example of a crisis that worked last summer to the advantage of president obama he was running for reelection and now is working to the advantage of governor chris christie. theforgotten party is democratic nominee who could not get her picture taken with the president. shouldn't they work together? if youother contest -- believe obamacare is going to aeck the healthcare system, train wreck coming, you should oppose it. if you look around and see what obama has a train wreck coming, you should oppose it. if you look around and see what obama has and one of the reasons his numbers are down, you have an irs out of control, a justice department out of control, the anghazi scandal, which is dereliction of duty, and you say here is a president w
.f.k. and ronald reagan which one is more likely to rank in the second tier under those? >> i think reagan if only because of his role at the end of the cold war. kennedy also had two years in 10 months. had he raiched kennedy for everything he did before the cuban missile crisis, he would have been a very uninteresting president. >> i agree. i think it's reagan and my source is obama. he reaches back to reagan and says he was the transformational president of his lifetime. so i think for all kind of reasons -- both presidents have great big fog machines still going but i'm going with reagan. chris: so let's hear no more about the liberal media. thanks to michael beschloss and michael duffy for in fascinating show hey! did you know that honey nut cheerios has oats that can help lower cholesterol? and it tastes good? sure does! ♪ wow. [ buzz ] delicious, right? yeah. it's the honey, it makes it taste so... ♪ well, would you look at the time... what's the rush? bee happy. bee healthy. with clusters of flakes and o's. oh, ho ho... it's the honey sweetness. i...i mean, you...love. >>> good evening
. between j.f.k. and ronald reagan which one is more likely to rank in the second tier under those? >> i think reagan if only because of his role at the end of the cold war. kennedy also had two years in 10 months. had he raiched kennedy for everything he did before the cuban missile crisis, he would have been a very uninteresting president. >> i agree. i think it's reagan and my source is obama. he reaches back to reagan and says he was the transformational president of his lifetime. so i think for all kind of reasons -- both presidents have great big fog machines still going but i'm going with reagan. chris: so let's hear no more about the liberal media. thanks to michael beschloss and michael duffy for in fascinating show. and that is >>> hi, everybody. welcome to "on the money." i'm maria bartiromo. my conversation with mutual funds legend and vanguard founder jack bogle. why he says equities still have room to rock and how to invest as interest rates begin to rise. >>> the recovery in housing, is it for real? what it means for the economy and your wallet. >>> plus, giving until it h
from afghanistan. he called for nuclear abolition. he worked with ronald reagan. he understood you need political solutions, not military solutions. when the soviet troops were ready to come out of the barracks so the berlin wall would not come down, he told them to stay in the barracks, the empire is going. we cannot be a country that will be one of glasnost and perestroika if we live the way we have. it is the 20th anniversary of the soviet union, the end of the soviet union. many people in russia blame him for the economic conditions in which they live. they blame him for the end of the country that many felt was the cradle to grave welfare state instead of a totalitarian system. i have great respect for him. you can also see people's weaknesses. you talked about all salvador. what about the priests and nuns? to me, that is the people power in that situation. flm was a revolutionary force seeking power. the people power were trying to alleviate poverty, trying to find balance. >> liberation theology had a stronger effect on the underlying society. i have to read this. you are listeni
so they had a really long personal history. and when ronald reagan was an actor in hollywood, so over time that relationship that was deep and personal continued, and when ronald reagan was governor of the state of california, he came here and then of course after he had been elected president he continued to come here and he came here every year for 18 of the new year's eve parties. and so that was a moment everywhere where the government can together in a large social gathering. other whites the entertained in small groups. the ann birds would invite these individuals who were their friends to spend time here and then they would fully determine who those friends might enjoy meeting and create these kind of connections that perhaps hadn't existed before. they used these elements of the market architecture to create a space that was in a formal that could slow from place to place and that at the same time took a huge space. this a 6,400 square feet which is the size of five average american homes in the 1960's and yet it doesn't feel overwhelming. it has a very comfortable kind of qua
centuries. once a storied winter retreat for ronald reagan and his friends. but it won't be a double date. but michelle obama is staying home to finish the school year with the girls although some in china see that as a snub. >> i do think it's potentially a missed opportunity. here you have two powerful women. peng is seen by many as an empowering figure. likewise michelle obama here. >> reporter: the president will stay at sunnylands but xi is at this hyatt, reportedly worried about eavesdroppinging. >> today the biggest problem could be cyber and intellectual property theft which costs us roughly $300 billion per year. >> reporter: the president wants china to own up to cyberattacks coming from its territory including this military building in shanghai. though mr. obama's argument could be undercut about leaks about america's eaves dropping on foreigners. president xi is already being protested by demonstrators against china's crackdown on human rights. another sign that it will take a lot more than one weekend in a fairy tale setting to fix all that's wrong between the u.s. and china.
in the evening and work out a deal or tip o'neill and ronald reagan even. so there is something i think that we need to do something about that. not have these folks drive home every thursday afternoon and raise money for the next election campaign. >> and compulsory alcohol. [laughter] >> that's right. >> my favorite story if you will allow me about chief justice john marshall was it sounds like you did the exact same thing. he persuaded his colleagues to live together in same boarding house and they would discuss supreme court cases over the marshall's favorite drink which was madeira and all would get busted all the cases were unanimous. [laughter] then of course there was the famous moment when marshall looks out the window and says our jurisdiction is so broad it must be raining somewhere. [laughter] so this principle, the madura principle is important to leadership and yet we don't want to romanticize it because as you show so vividly in the book not all of your main players are convivial. john adams was certainly obnoxious and disliked as we learned from 1776 my favorite musical and you
efficient economies or equal economies but you can't have both and that idea was taken up by ronald reagan in the united states by margaret thatcher in the united kingdom and they started putting in practice policies the would lead to the more unequal societies but gradually those ideas came to be accepted pretty well across the political spectrum by the moderate left some democrats and the united states bought into that idea. the effectively accepted that argument as well and the crash started to be challenged. >> host: the cost of your book the super rich and the economy is that this inequality caused the crash, connect? >> guest: what happened in the 80's and 90's is that more and more, we have this falling share of national act going into the wages and the rising share going to the profits and this concentration of income they may be 10,000 people around the world accumulating these huge sums of money. but this does, this sort of in balance if you like creates an economic fault line and then eventually lead to collapse and there are two particular ones. the first is what happens is the
europe. in 1980 seven, then u.s. president ronald reagan made a direct appeal to the soviet leader. >> mr. gorbachev, open the gate. reagan's wi soon became a reality. two years later the wall fell. but the backing of the united states, the two germanys were reunited. berlin once again became the capital. though clinton was the first u.s. president who walks or brandenburg gate side-by-side with chancellor helmut kohl. he became read -- he came prepared for a message in germany. >> alles is moeglish. berlin ist frei. >> all as possible. berlin is free. barack obama came in 2008, only a candidate at the time and was refused permission to speak at the brandenburg gate. he got the victory column. hundreds of thousands turned out to hear his message of change. after eight years of george w. bush, he represented a different america. he stressed berlin's a special place in history. >> this city, of all cities, knows the dream of freedom. [applause] >> now, barack obama is back in berlin, as president. this time, he will get his speech at the brandenburg date and the city waits again for its mes
that the president will give, it will be marking the president kennedy's speech. but also, he'll envoking ronald reagan and the famous tear down the wall speech. president obama will be facing the east, something neither reagan or kennedy could have done because of the berlin wall. there will be some policies in there. he's going to call on starting negotiations again with the russians to cut the nuclear arsenal by another one-third, those negotiations haven't started. and we'll see the last ones took quite a bit of time. but a process the president is going to lay out tonight. mara. >> thank you so much, chuck. >>> they're demanding president obama take more decisive action in syria, republican john mccain along democrats robert menendez are urging the president to quote take specific steps to change the military balance of power in syria against the assad regime and its foreign supporters. those suggestions include. the president obama administration authorized sending weapons to the reblgs. >>> a plat to blow up the new york stock exchange is one of dozen planned terror attacks that the gover
. the iconic vandenberg gate -- brandenburg gate has seen previous speeches by john f. kennedy and ronald reagan that made new policy commitments. the centerpiece of obama's speech was an announcement for a renewed push for nuclear arms reduction. >> the sun blazed down as the crowd waited for the president and chancellor. barack obama followed in the footsteps of previous u.s. leaders setting out foreign- policy visions, but first, he shed his jacket. >> we can be a little more informal among friends. >> obama spoke of the end of the cold war but warned americans and europeans about becoming complacent. he said defending freedom was still a challenge. >> we are not only citizens of america and germany. we are also citizens of the world, and our fates and fortunes are linked by never -- like never before. >> obama said the u.s. and germans need to work together to counter the dangers posed by terrorists and nuclear threats. he discussed a range of issues with angela merkel at the chancellor's office. the meeting began with a warm welcome, but the governments do have some differences. most
f. kennedy and ronald reagan both delivered speeches from the brandenburg gate. obama urged emergence of the new s.t.a.r.t. treaty between the u.s. and russia went into effect in 2011. the two countries agreed to reduce their nuclear warheads to 1,550 by 2018. obama said his government also intends to sharply reduce the number of its shorter-ranged nuclear weapons deployed in europe. the treaty excludes those so-called tactical nuclear weapons. he called on russian leaders and nato allies to work with him. officials in moscow said u.s. leaders must first follow through on the promises they made in the treaty. they say u.s. commanders are already building up their missile defense systems. they suggest the americans need to make some concessions of their own. >>> the mayor the of hiroshima and nagasaki lead a worldwide organization whose members are dedicated to eliminating nuclear welcome obama's position. nagasaki mayor says he hopes the proposals create momentum for the abolition of nuclear arms. >>> a senior north korean official says his country is prepared to resume the
the berlin wall along with ronald reagan but also bruce springsteen. he played a concert. 300,000 east germans saw the it. it spurred on the change that brought down the wall. interesting. all right. that is it for us at 9:00. i'm ama daetz, we will continue online, twitter and facebook with our news app. app. we'll see you at - hey, baby, i saved you a plate. - thanks, honey. - how you doing? long day? - mm-hmm. - mmm. - [sighs] the next time i agree to work with college kids, please kill me. you know, they're planning this blogger summit with these people from mashable and daily beast and boing boing, and these people are apparently a big deal. but so far, all their ideas suck. - i can't believe that somebody's making money from something called boing boing. - yeah, i guess so. - can't you just pass it off to somebody else? - no, it was passed off to me. the guy who was working on it-- he had an anxiety attack
wilson kind of republican even ronald reagan the voting patterns might be different. >> that's because the republican party itself is controlled by -- >> if you talk to the people here in the former republican state chairman, the current state chairman, they realize a lot of the republican base in california has its roots in the more desert room areas and the social issues are strong and they would rather lose with a social conservative than to win with a moderate and the -- that is why schwarzenegger was such an anomaly that he couldn't have made it through the republican primary in california but the recall gave him the opportunity when the four running. >> you have a chart and i want to ask if this is up to date when it comes to congress. congress in the 1960's you can see the blue and the red and overlap and you say the congress has gotten more and more polarized. how has this happened? >> there's a couple things going on it's changed the social and demographic change in the country african-americans move north from the self making them a racially liberal party. the sun belt the tr
that their lives will not be pleasant. we have to think more like ronald reagan and less like this administration thinks. >> if you were the c.i.a. director, what would be going through your mind? >> first and foremost the duty for the director would be to understand what happened and to american the intelligence assets over thrth seas to find out what we can find out about where he is what he took with him and the like. >> james, thank you very much for joining us. the south african president says nelson mandela remains critically ill in a hospital. the former president, 94, has been suffering from a lung condition. he says doctors are doing all they can to make him more comfortable. ndrew harding reports now from johannesburg >> messages of support for an increasingly frail man. the 94-year-old already in intensive care took a turn for the worse this weekend. his condition now described as critical. >> the doctors are doing everything possible to ensure that he will be in comfort. >> perhaps you can give us more information about his condition. >> what i understand is that when a person is cri
was a lover of ronald reagan. >> reporter: all lover of california's governors. each with a story of love, heart ache and influence. >> linda rondstadt. arnold schwartzeneger's housekeeper. >> reporter: her art work called politically vulnerable was supposed to hang outside a downtown bar and lounge. >> i felt like incorporating a group of strong, smart women that were also very comfortable with their sexuality and vulnerability was an interesting topic. >> reporter: she heard about the collection and complained. >> she felt there were many other women more worthy of celebration. >> reporter: they decided not to display the collection. >> it was hugely painful. it was 280 hours of my life. >> there's no such thing as bad publicity. >> reporter: the collection once meant for a bar. now drawing crowds at an art gallery. and the stories of the women she painted back in the spotlight, this time because of merit. >> i did not expect it being like this. >> reporter: out of that controversy, somebody bought her entire collection. if you're ever in downtown sacramento, you can always buy a reprin
revenge. the relationship with ronald reagan which will be developed more in the second volume of people talk about the special relationship in britain and the united states what was the relationship between the two? >> it comes out very clearly in this first volume is that personal report which is -- it comes partly from the individual character. they write the difference between the two of them. a very hyperactive person always trying to get things done and he is more laid back and charming and relaxed and each has a quality and the other that is important but the real importance which i think you see in this volume is they first met in 75. and he was in the wilderness hoping for the nomination in 56 which she didn't get until 1980 that the world is against them, the power to be worked against them at that time and they shared a vision of the countries and the whole civilization going the wrong way and they agreed about that. the government problems and inflation labor unions and the soviet communism and the aggression wasn't going away and the detente was based on the trust that shoul
of the brandenburg gate where ronald reagan gave an epochal speech to talk about a nuclear weapons freeze with russia and global warming. it was the worst stage crass imaginable. my goodness. two is running the show? lou: any thoughts on that, brad? how important is it runs the show? he is still president barack obama. >> he is not barack obama 2008, that is for a short. the stagecraft was unbelievable. the message was hopeful an inspiring back in 2008, but now it comes time to deliver against a backdrop of where ronald reagan stood, as chris said, and kennedy stood. the wall is gone. so trying to recreate an iconic given that you cannot possibly top and then have it go so badly. and on the heels of the tension between the russian president, it was a disaster. lou: 200,000 people there in 2008 to watch candidate barack obama. 4500 is the estimate, and they get 6,000 tickets, 4500 folks to listen to him do whatever it was he was doing behind that 6--inch plate glass. how the mighty have fallen. and the president, the president calling the finance minister, uk finance minister george apple horn jeffrey
conservatives who love ronald reagan would probably disagree. [video clip] attribute the success to the reaganomics is complete we unwarranted. the first 12 years were really the reagan program. so we did have an economy that rebounded because of volcker killed inflation and the deficits were enormous and they stimulated the economy. but they established a precedent for continuous chronic massive peacetime deficits and put the republican party, the old defender of the treasury gates, into the position, that cheney so in note only expressed, deficits don't matter. that was the beginning of the end. in democracy, if there is not a conservative party that is defending the treasury and taxpayers and fiscal rectitude, you will have a a free lunch competition between tax cutters, the republicans, and spenders, the democrats. >> what do you think? >> i think that is a much too narrow view of the options that we had. again would not have agreed in the sense. he saw the economy in terms of not taxing and spending, but in terms of growth for failure of growth. revolution inn economic polic
strong things to say about conservatives he who love ronald reagan will probably disagree. let's watch. > i think the success that's been attributed to reaganomics is totally unwarranted. had the greatest keynesian 1981 to the from year mgs. first bush those years were all really the reagan program. that rebounded volcker killed inflation. they established a precedent for continuous chronic massive peacetime deficits and put the party, the old gates, of the treasury into the position that cheney so ineloquently expressed, deficits don't matter. of that was the beginning the end. if there's not a conservative is defending the reasury, the taxpayers, you're going to have a free lunch competition between tax cultevers, the republicans, and democrats. he >> what do you think? >> i think that's much too options we w of the have. reagan wouldn't have agreed to sense, he saw the economy not in terms of taxing and spending but in terms of growth.r fail your to and what the reagan revolution and economic policy achieved was resurgence of growth, of economic growth. growth, really, is the only
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it is passed again by both houses. that's the process we are going through. >> he said they say ronald reagan was hood winked on this tighter border security and even regan regretted what amounted to many critics say the first amnesty bill, if you will. and they didn't police that enforcement to the degree he hoped. >> well i have to tell you unfortunately or for fortunately, i was there at the time. what happened, congress did not appropriate the funds or take the action to get the border secure. it wasn't ronald regan who didn't do it. it was the congress of the united states. >> how do you know it won't happen again? >> because this has triggers that are iron clad in my view. they will tell you that it isn't. i am telling you that it is. there is a commitment -- and by the way, the border is much, much more secure. at the time that was passed in 1986 we had 4,000 border patrol agents. now we have 21,000. this legislation will give 20,000 more. look, this will be the most well defended border since the berlin wall went down. so for those people who say this isn't good enough, their problem
maneuvering, did not pay a lot of taxes on a billion dollars of income? we need tax reform. ronald reagan tried to close loopholes when he was president, and then they expanded again. joe is right, it is general motors. you know better being from detroit. they are building a plant in china, providing jobs to the chinese. we are going into the fifth year of unemployment being above 7%. instead of bringing 11 million illegal immigrants here who will work for pennies on the dollar because we do not have e-verify, we are not enforcing legal immigration laws, we need to take a hard but our tax policy and giving incentives for businesses not only to bring jobs here, but tax incentives right now in the district of columbia, we have a walmart being built on georgia avenue. what has the district council done to make sure that people who are getting jobs live in the neighborhood where they work. the caller, i do not know if you have read my blog, but i did not support racism. i do not know where you worked, but you should file a lawsuit. discrimination is wrong. let's not confuse that with hiring p
reform. ronald reagan tried to close loopholes when he was president, and then they expanded again. joe is right, it is general motors. you know better being from detroit. they are building a plant in china, providing jobs to the chinese. we are going into the fifth year of unemployment being above 7%. instead of bringing 11 million illegal immigrants here who will work for pennies on the dollar because we do not have e-verify, we are not enforcing legal immigration laws, we need to take a hard but our tax policy and giving incentives for businesses not only to bring jobs here, but tax incentives. right now, in the district of columbia, we have a walmart being built on georgia avenue. what has the district council done to make sure that people who are getting jobs live in the neighborhood where they work? the caller, i do not know if you have read my blog, but i did not support racism. i do not know where you worked, but you should file a lawsuit. discrimination is wrong. let's not confuse that with hiring practices and affirmative-action. if seven blacks passed the test where you work,
that the pml and play. both entertained frank sinatra of course. walter annenberg knew ronald reagan going back to the 1930s, so had this really long personal history. when ronald reagan was an actor in hollywood. so over time, that relationship, which was deep and personal continued and when ronald reagan was governor of the state of california, he came here and of course after he been elected president, he continued to come here. he came every single year for eight team that he and burke new year's eve parties. so that was a moment every year, where hollywood and that government came together in a large social gathering. otherwise, the annenberg center came in small groups. they would invite these individuals who are their friend to spend time here and then they would determine who those friends might enjoy meeting and create these connections that perhaps -- jones use these elements admitted century modern architecture to create a space that was informal from place to place and at the same time took a huge space. as is actually 6400 square feet, which was the size of five average american ho
, france's wallace, i always told the republicans, he coined the frames the gipper. ronald reagan was a successful movie, the one he was known best for. i gave my cousin credit for ronald reagan because of that dipper but my cousin always told me you need to write a book. i was a little kid, 8 years old. never thought i would write this one or write it this way sola put a lot of thought into it. didn't do the book at first, didn't want to do it so i outline that in here, 60 minutes with my former chief of staff, we agreed to do 60 minutes together and the reason we did, we have jackie on 60 minutes and neil and you and we talked and was good to have the two of us. it shows more honesty. if i say this, neil could say no, or vice versa. in my opinion having the two side by side was a better way to do that. i went to india and for a one month trip and saw 60 minutes over there. i saw jack abramoff and i make it clear jack did not do this to me, i did this to myself period. and maybe have a dinner or i made those decisions. so i watched jack abramoff on 60 minutes, i could feel some e
ronald reagan did in 1980 and he lost. there is that understanding. on the other hand as candy points out 80% of the house republicans are in districts that are more white than the national average. in this gerrymandering they've segregated themselves from the democratic charges that are making it hard to win the presidency. the interests are very different. even in polling, our exit polling during 2012, most republican -- most rank and file republicans believe there needs to be some pathway to legalization. deportation is a minority position even among republicans. >> i've heard that from several conservatives in the house. hey, barack obama won a second term. hey, i want another term in the house. so, you know, what's the big deal? i mean, there is another problem in the house in that john boehner, we saw this week with the failure of the farm bill, he has a very tough time, still, corralling this raucous, caucus, sometimes unruly house members that don't want to listen to leadership. >> i don't think he has much control. certainly as compared to other leaders he does not have control o
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